Describing Dry River Yacht Club's sound is no easy task. Not only does the Tempe octet sound unlike any other local band, but thanks to their use of such unconventional instruments as the bassoon, French horn, and accordion, they really don't sound like anyone else, period. Imagine Björk singing for DeVotchKa and you'd at least be in the ballpark, but comparisons don't really do the band justice. Percussionist Henri Benard describes Dry River Yacht Club's music as "a very eclectic blend of Gypsy, western folk rock," which is probably as accurate a... More >>>
Dry River Yacht Club: Lots of people, lots of sounds.